Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Feb. 28-Mar.5.
Dealing with the loss of someone close to you is very serious matter. It is a process that must be handled carefully.
Local hospital administrators question the accuracy and integrity of ratings from an Internet organization.
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce comes out in favor of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Managing Editor Danny Carter holds a Q&A with Michael Meyer von Bremen, partner with Hall, Booth, Smith and Slover P.C., Attorneys.
Postponed for a week because of weather, the Mardi Gras Street Festival adds music, food, fun and a great time for all ages in sunny Albany Saturday.
The long-time director of Dougherty Emergency Medical Services started as a Dougherty County medic in 1972.
Here are the results of recent kitchen inspections in Dougherty and Lee counties.
Albany police respond to at least 50 incidents.
The results are finally in on the Albany City Commission Ward II race from last November. The results: A botched mess.
Andrew Breitbart, the Web entrepreneur, writer, provocateur and television personality who died suddenly last week at 43, always described himself as an "accidental culture warrior."
But warmongering is good politics. It appeals to patriotism, fear, nativism, fear, wannabe warriorism, fear, panic and, yes, fear. War (whether threat or execution) elects presidents. Rattle the saber outside the polling booth, and the voters will tremble inside it.
Jennifer "Jensy" Ruth Frey, 41, of Sebring, Fl., died Friday, March 9, 2012
Mrs. Susie Earlyne Davis Smith of Las Vegas, NY died March 5, 2012
Mr. Oscar Howzine, 71 of Dawson, GA died on Friday, March 09, 2011
Alfred James Shoptaw, 88, of Camilla died Friday, March 9, 2012
Mrs. Julia Adams Young, 94, of Sylvester died Friday March 9, 2012
James B. (Jim) Hanna, 59, of Albany, Ga died Friday, March 9, 2012
Mr. Dennis Clay, 51, of Albany died Friday, March 9, 2012
Mr. William Shelly Johnson of Belerly Hills, MI died on March 9, 2012
Mr. William "Bro" Jordan of Sylvester, Georgia, departed this life on Friday, March 9, 2012
Mr. Maurice Jackson of Lawrenceville, Georgia, departed this life at his residence
Mr. Tom Brown of Sylvester, Georgia, who departed this life on Friday, March 9, 2012
Georgia ends its season with a 15-17 record after its SEC Tournament run, which was highlighted by an upset of Mississippi State, comes to an end.
Michael Snaer scores 20 and Ian Miller has 18 to lead Florida State into Saturday's ACC semifinals against No. 2 seed Duke.
The Braves lose twice to New York in split squad spring training games on Friday, falling to the Yankees in Tampa and the Mets at home in Kissimmee.
Westwood hits four home runs against Grace Christian, while Westover is shut out by Crisp County. (ADDS: Items on Sherwood, DWS and Lee County soccer)
Albany Tech's season comes to an end with a 51-44 loss to top-seeded Georgia Perimeter in the Region XVII semifinals.
Darton’s Anna Macht takes home the 400-yard Individual medley national title on Friday, becoming the first female swimmer at Darton to win a NJCAA title since 2008.
Leesburg native Buster Posey returns to the lineup for the first time after his season-ending collision at home plate, and the San Francisco catcher goes 0-for-1 in his only trip to the plate in Friday’s spring training game against the Reds.
Georgia grad Bubba Watson outduels Justin Rose, as both men combine for 17 birdies on Friday at the Cadillac Championships at Doral, where Watson takes a one-shot lead into today's third round.
Former Georgia tight end Orson Charles is arrested after failing parts of a field sobriety test and having a blood alcohol level at .095, while Friday’s ruling by the NCAA means Georgia Tech loses its 2009 ACC title and must pay a $100,000 fine for allowing Demaryius Thomas to play when he was ineligible.
The Hawks fall to the Pistons in the final seconds, 86-85, on the road Friday night.
Hardaway hands Lee County its third loss in a row — something that hasn’t happened in the Trojan baseball program since 2008.
High school track & field season officially begins today with the first big meet of the year in Bainbridge, where 17 schools from Georgia and Florida will compete in the Larry Clark Invitational.